House committees have routinely issued subpoenas for witnesses to appear in the inquiry.
The president's refusal to release those financial documents has dogged him for years.
Giuliani's attorney interjected on his call with The Guardian to clarify: "He's joking."
Yovanovitch, who was removed as ambassador to Ukraine, will be the third witness to publicly testify in the House's impeachment inquiry into President Trump.
He's never tried a case. He condemned women's rights and diversity. He refused to answer senators' questions. Republicans confirmed him anyway.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal's aide passed him a note alerting him of the deadly shooting unfolding at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, California.
Uygur said he was going to represent "people in a way that they have not seen before."
Bevin announced Thursday he will not contest results showing Democrat Andy Beshear winning.
They're still worth holding, they say, and they're still worth watching.
The July 26 call between Trump and EU ambassador Gordon Sondland was first described during Bill Taylor's testimony Wednesday.
If anything, Trump has increased corruption because his self-dealing makes it impossible for the U.S. to demand clean government overseas, critics say.
Jilmar Ramos-Gomez, 28, was held at a Michigan detention center for three days despite carrying a U.S. passport.
The vice president said the Trump administration remains "resolved to bring this scourge of school shootings to an end."
Billionaire Lloyd Blankfein accused Warren of "tribalism," in an apparent dig at her claimed Native American ancestry.
The billionaire businessman and prospective Democratic presidential candidate stopped short of apologizing in a New York Times story about his past remarks.
The Republican National Committee's apparent selection of the Miami area property will again use political events to put money in Trump's pocket.
Federal officials said they have closed a lengthy investigation into the death of Bijan Ghaisar two years ago.
The fifth Democratic debate will feature 10 candidates and an all-female panel of moderators.
One Twitter user wants the next prez not to have a Twitter account.